good, but thinking really isn't important.
I really don't think its wise to call this a strategy game considering you don't any actual thinking. when the going gets tough you just send in more and more units and launch bombs. the graphics are quit incredible but I kind of wish everything wasn't black cause sometimes when I try to lock a bomb on a missle launcher truck (or what ever they are called) I would accidentally lock it on a soldier or a other vehicle by accident. still the graphics are amazing showing beautiful visuals (especially the explosions) and wonderful animation (especially the pieces flying around). the graphics both looks and runs smooth. by the time you reach to the 30ish stage you would pretty much have all the upgrades which I kind of think sucks cause I think there should be much more if there's more than 30 levels (I only made it to level 31 with a score of 661,000 ).
you can actually control your units by selecting them, this shows their interface where you would choose an action for the soldier to do. this seems rather pointless sense your goal in each level (or stages as they are called) is to send your army to the end of the opposite side of the screen. the only time you should consider using the interface is when your have Chinook helicopter cause they can deploy Special Forces and tanks. and besides the interface for the other units (even the Chinook Helicopter cause it has another action all units have) really doesn't work cause the would do that automatically as soon as they are deployed. so really there's no strategy to the game, you just send in more and more troops and launch bombs when it gets tougher and tougher (if your facing a whole crap load of enemies). the game is still fun but its not so much of a thinking game that it was meant to be. oh, and by the way there's a bit of a "missle lock-on" glitch.